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    Hard carry case for Magicshine 900

    Has anybody found a cheap hard carry case (Pelican or Storm style) to fit the foam and contents of Magicshine 900 stock box into?
    It has to be good value for money (like the light!)
    Internal dimensions are about 7in by 6.5in by 2in (185mmx165mmx50mm)
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    Buy a cheap pistol case at Wal-mart/harbor freight/etc. etc. etc. and cut the stock foam to fit your lights.

    It's cradled my Jet Phantoms for 8 years.

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    Cardboard box with foam glued to sides and lid.

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    Yep...

    Quote Originally Posted by sbaryenbruch
    Buy a cheap pistol case at Wal-mart/harbor freight/etc. etc. etc. and cut the stock foam to fit your lights.

    It's cradled my Jet Phantoms for 8 years.

    The $20 Harbor Freight case works great. I have two MS lights I keep in there with the charger and such. I happened to get it when it was on sale for $10!

    Mine didn't come with any foam inside, so I found some eggshell packing material around the shop and used that.

    If you are looking for something waterproof, this is not it. This is just a good solid case, but it won't put up with getting rained on or dunked.

    Yep.. here it is on sale again:

    https://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/ct...emnumber=36870


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    I don't want to go off topic but since we're talking about storage...
    They say lithium ion batteries are best stored in a cool place.
    Any ideas how to store them over the summer, other than in a fridge?

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